Captain America’s Sprint Across America

Captain America, Assistance Dog Candidate for Animal Farm Foundation’s burgeoning Assistance Dog Program headed by Apryl Lea of Pawsitive Vybe, gets some Public Access work in Spokane, WA, Missoula, MT and Coeur d’Alene, ID.

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  1. Amazing!!!! My partner Wendy and I took this dog from BAS – we were told that if we didn’t he was going on the “list.” that he was “turning”. After the vet that works with them literally almost killed this dog with the botch neutering job, we took him immediately to a private vet where he was re-operated on and recovered. Thank you to these wonderful vets. We then drove 2 hours to Animal Farm Foundation – the rest of the credit goes to them. God bless you Captain! We knew you were a great dog – we just didn’t realize how much! We love and miss you!


    There could not be a more dedicated team then these two wonderful ladies. I personally know Wendy & I love her to pieces. She is kind, compassionate, and a wonderfully loving human being. I suspect Charli to be the same! We need more people in the world like them.

    Keep up the GREAT work.


  3. Awesome work guys!!! Emma is grateful to have such amazing people on her side and so are we! XXOO & 100mph pibble wiggles & kisses 🙂

  4. Thank you Charli, Wendy, Vicki and Suzanne for following Captain Americs progress. We are starting a “Captains Log” that will be following his daily training as an Animal Farm Foundation Assistance Dog canidate.

    Apryl Lea

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